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|Grid Reference||SJ 02198 24595|
|Secondary Source||Montgomeryshire: An Inventory of the Ancient Monuments in the County By Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales, 1911|
|Notes||Small unhewn flat stone said to be part of ruined cromlech. Locals say was once supported on other stones, and a quantity of coins and finds found, though none traceable. Transcribed from RCAHMW Inventory by student volunteers on 05/04/2017.|